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  • #31
    Will do thanks.
    Did you take the tablets on an empty stomach
    Last edited by Rubydo1; 29 June 2020, 08:54 AM.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
      Will do thanks.
      Did you take the tablets on an empty stomach
      Yes. With a large glass of water.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by ElaineA View Post
        Yes. With a large glass of water.
        Can I ask how your die off went. I my forehead has broken out today and my scalp is sooooo itchy. Seems worse this week than last.

        Ive decided to take it tomorrow as I had a bad stomach this morning from eating something that didn’t agree with me.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
          Can I ask how your die off went. I my forehead has broken out today and my scalp is sooooo itchy. Seems worse this week than last.

          Ive decided to take it tomorrow as I had a bad stomach this morning from eating something that didn’t agree with me.
          I definitely had die offs, mostly face and some on the chest. But, I had been aggressively treating skin and hair for 6 months prior to taking the 2 drug oral treatment. My skin and scalp itched like mad for months before I started using the borax shampoo and borax soaks. The borax shampoo helped the severe itchiness on my scalp. The borax soaks helped the severe itchiness of my skin which I caught myself scratching way too much. The mites were definitely there. I had had spots off and on on my scalp for years. The last 4 months prior to the oral drugs, I was also using the Cliradex (tea tree oil extract) wipes on eyelids and face. That wasn't the aggressive part though.

          Due to the severe infestation on my face and in my eyelids, I had been doing a super aggressive 2 Tea Tree oil/Carrier oil 50%/%50 masks for 30 minutes twice daily on my face as tolerated. I did this for about 4 months. Note: you can't put this stuff around your eyes, it would burn. Note: this is super aggressive and I don't recommend it for 99.9% of people. But I had a super bad infestation, to the point were some days you could see white stringy stuff hanging out of the pores on my chin. The 50% tea tree oil mask at least stopped the white strings hanging out of the pores on my chin. But it definitely didn't kill all of the mites In spite of this super aggressive topical treatment, I still had die offs as a result of the oral treatment.

          The Cliradex wipes helped my eyes but could not knock the infestation down. I couldn't stop using the wipes, if I did the mites were back in my eyelids in 3-5 days. Prior to treatment, I was losing 1-3 eyelashes per day due to the mites. The oral treatment helped my eyes which were so bad, horribly dry and red. It felt like I had velcro for eyelids when I blinked.

          The last dies offs may happen as late as 1-2 weeks after the final oral dose. After that your skin and eyes will continue to improve as they heal from these parasites.

          The good thing is that the oral treatment is KILLING the mites. Once they are dead, they will not cause more long term skin and eye problems. I know this is tough, but stick to it. The only good mite is a DEAD mite!

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          • #35
            Originally posted by ElaineA View Post
            I definitely had die offs, mostly face and some on the chest. But, I had been aggressively treating skin and hair for 6 months prior to taking the 2 drug oral treatment. My skin and scalp itched like mad for months before I started using the borax shampoo and borax soaks. The borax shampoo helped the severe itchiness on my scalp. The borax soaks helped the severe itchiness of my skin which I caught myself scratching way too much. The mites were definitely there. I had had spots off and on on my scalp for years. The last 4 months prior to the oral drugs, I was also using the Cliradex (tea tree oil extract) wipes on eyelids and face. That wasn't the aggressive part though.

            Due to the severe infestation on my face and in my eyelids, I had been doing a super aggressive 2 Tea Tree oil/Carrier oil 50%/%50 masks for 30 minutes twice daily on my face as tolerated. I did this for about 4 months. Note: you can't put this stuff around your eyes, it would burn. Note: this is super aggressive and I don't recommend it for 99.9% of people. But I had a super bad infestation, to the point were some days you could see white stringy stuff hanging out of the pores on my chin. The 50% tea tree oil mask at least stopped the white strings hanging out of the pores on my chin. But it definitely didn't kill all of the mites In spite of this super aggressive topical treatment, I still had die offs as a result of the oral treatment.

            The Cliradex wipes helped my eyes but could not knock the infestation down. I couldn't stop using the wipes, if I did the mites were back in my eyelids in 3-5 days. Prior to treatment, I was losing 1-3 eyelashes per day due to the mites. The oral treatment helped my eyes which were so bad, horribly dry and red. It felt like I had velcro for eyelids when I blinked.

            The last dies offs may happen as late as 1-2 weeks after the final oral dose. After that your skin and eyes will continue to improve as they heal from these parasites.

            The good thing is that the oral treatment is KILLING the mites. Once they are dead, they will not cause more long term skin and eye problems. I know this is tough, but stick to it. The only good mite is a DEAD mite!
            Yeah I’ve been using tea tree shampoo tea tree eye wipes and soolantra for 6 months plus. They have helped but feel like it’s not done the job. I stop and things come back just as bad.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
              Yeah I’ve been using tea tree shampoo tea tree eye wipes and soolantra for 6 months plus. They have helped but feel like it’s not done the job. I stop and things come back just as bad.
              Plenty of breakouts today . My skin is quite red as well. I’m hoping this a good sign. I’m just hoping the tablets are Kosha. I got them from here


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              • #37
                Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
                Plenty of breakouts today . My skin is quite red as well. I’m hoping this a good sign. I’m just hoping the tablets are Kosha. I got them from here


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                It sounds like they sent you Ivermectin alright! Nothing else would have caused such immediate die offs. It does sound like its working extremely well. At least one company does make Ivermectin in India.
                My guess is that your skin is red from the die offs all at once. The spots and redness indicate a massive die off. That is good. You are winning the fight!

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by ElaineA View Post
                  It sounds like they sent you Ivermectin alright! Nothing else would have caused such immediate die offs. It does sound like its working extremely well. At least one company does make Ivermectin in India.
                  My guess is that your skin is red from the die offs all at once. The spots and redness indicate a massive die off. That is good. You are winning the fight!
                  Hope so. I guess I’ll know in the next few weeks. I’m getting spots inside my nose for goodness sake

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
                    Hope so. I guess I’ll know in the next few weeks. I’m getting spots inside my nose for goodness sake
                    Yes, the mites can live anywhere there is a hair follicle. The lower nose area has hair follicles. I have great hopes that in the next few weeks your eyes are going to start getting better. The warm compresses on the eye lids will help force any trash out of the lids around the eyelashes and oil glands. Its amazing when they start getting better. You close your eyes tight and can feel the natural oils moisturizing your eyes. I'd forgotten what that felt like. Its marvelous!

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by ElaineA View Post
                      Yes, the mites can live anywhere there is a hair follicle. The lower nose area has hair follicles. I have great hopes that in the next few weeks your eyes are going to start getting better. The warm compresses on the eye lids will help force any trash out of the lids around the eyelashes and oil glands. Its amazing when they start getting better. You close your eyes tight and can feel the natural oils moisturizing your eyes. I'd forgotten what that felt like. Its marvelous!
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                      Well I don’t know if it’s die off but I have a few more spots than normal and chin is very itchy

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
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                        Well I don’t know if it’s die off but I have a few more spots than normal and chin is very itchy
                        Probably die off.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by ElaineA View Post
                          Probably die off.
                          Well it’s 5 days after 2nd dose and I have zits popping up everywhere.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
                            Well it’s 5 days after 2nd dose and I have zits popping up everywhere.
                            Sounds like its working well! The zits indicate a massive die off. That is actually a good sign. Once they are dead, this phase will pass. I have great hope that you are going to find that your blepharitis is gone soon as well. I will caution you that some doctors prescribe the Ivermectin for 2, 4 or 6 weeks (once a week). Most people do well after the standard 2 week and don't need any further treatment..

                            Did any of the dogs you walked have any signs of mange, hair loss or excessive scratching? Humans aren't supposed to be able to get the animal demodex species that cause demodectic mange. But a number of people reported that their skin issues started after getting a mangy dog, cat or horse. Ivermectin was originally developed to treat demodextic mange in dogs. Then they discovered that it worked extremely well on parasites like demodex, scabies and other parasitic infections in humans.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by ElaineA View Post
                              Sounds like its working well! The zits indicate a massive die off. That is actually a good sign. Once they are dead, this phase will pass. I have great hope that you are going to find that your blepharitis is gone soon as well. I will caution you that some doctors prescribe the Ivermectin for 2, 4 or 6 weeks (once a week). Most people do well after the standard 2 week and don't need any further treatment..

                              Did any of the dogs you walked have any signs of mange, hair loss or excessive scratching? Humans aren't supposed to be able to get the animal demodex species that cause demodectic mange. But a number of people reported that their skin issues started after getting a mangy dog, cat or horse. Ivermectin was originally developed to treat demodextic mange in dogs. Then they discovered that it worked extremely well on parasites like demodex, scabies and other parasitic infections in humans.
                              No dogs I walked had mange. Plus it’s very rare for cross over from dogs to humans . And very Derm I’ve asked have said quite adamantly it’s not possible. I do have more tablets as I bought double what I needed just in case .
                              When did your die off ease off ?

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Rubydo1 View Post
                                No dogs I walked had mange. Plus it’s very rare for cross over from dogs to humans . And very Derm I’ve asked have said quite adamantly it’s not possible. I do have more tablets as I bought double what I needed just in case .
                                When did your die off ease off ?
                                Good, we can clear the puppies of any involvement. My die off eased about 1 to 2 weeks after the last tablet. I didn't keep a careful record and this was about 28 or so months ago - I've slept since then -). The good thing is that it hasn't come back.

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